Particularly following admonitions of the UNHACR, the Hungarian government announced that it was abandoning its policy of removal or systematic detention of asylum seekers to Serbia and Ukraine when they transited through these countries. Asylum seekers deported in these conditions had no guarantee of their claims examined according the international standarts and could be returned to their country, or returned to the country they passed through before.
As a result, UNHCR cancels its recommendation not to send asylum seekers in Hungary under the Dublin II regulation.
But the conditions of reception of asylum seekers and their application review have not improved in Hungary itself. The problem for asylum seekers remains to reach a country where their application is examined to nearly the fair without being returned to a country where this is not the case on behalf of Dublin II.